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Leather Keychains - Batch 1 by windfalcon Leather Keychains - Batch 1 by windfalcon
Moooooooooore keychains! This is the first batch (14 out of 50, oy!) of leather keychains for Anthrocon. I wanted to experiment with more non-bird animals, and these were super fun! I will, of course, have tons of gryphons and birds, but I wanted some variety.

I'm also taking advance orders for anyone who wants to pick one up at Anthrocon, or if you're not attending, I can ship them too: [link]
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Calliope-Jones Jul 5, 2010  Hobbyist Photographer
WOOOLVES! WANT! :eager:
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:icondecodrew:
Did you use polymer clay ?
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windfalcon Jun 10, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
Nope, these are leather, as stated in the title :3
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vantid Jun 9, 2010  Professional Digital Artist
These are adorable, I've enjoyed seeing them and maybe I can pick one up!
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haleybird Jun 9, 2010  Professional General Artist
how much are they per keychain, without shipping cost included? Where do you but your leather? ^^
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windfalcon Jun 9, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
The top two rows are 'large' designs, and they are $15 each. The bottom row are the 'medium' and 'small' designs, and they are $10 each. :) And I buy my leather from Wickett & Craig, and they can be reached at 1-800-TANNERY, though you can get small scraps (lesser quality, but okay for keychains) at Tandy Leather Factory stores.
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haleybird Jun 19, 2010  Professional General Artist
Thank you! How do the acrylic paints stay on the leather? Do you polish it with something when you are finished?
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windfalcon Jun 19, 2010  Professional Traditional Artist
I seal my keychains with acrylic matte varnish, which is flexible, non-yellowing, and protects the paint from fading and friction. :)
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haleybird Jun 20, 2010  Professional General Artist
That's awesome, I just bought some of that yesterday!! Thank you very much for your helpfulness, I really appreciate it as a young artist trying out new things. <3
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Silnaur Jun 9, 2010  Hobbyist Digital Artist
These are so cute! <3
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